- Center for the Study of Europe
- National Middle East Language Resource Center
- Canadian Studies
- Korean Studies
- International Society
- Inquiry Conference
- Woman Stats Project
Each year the Kennedy Center awards a limited number of grants of up to $5,000 to scholars to conduct research relating to the core interests of the center. These interests are broadly defined to encompass research on international, transnational, and comparative topics, both historical and contemporary. 2012 fund’s availability subject to endowment yield.
2008 Grant Funds Disbursement
For over ten years, Val Brinkerhoff has traveled the world, exploring man's greatest creations. In an effort to understand these sacred places, Brinkerhoff began an intensive study of temples and their significance in different cultures. In addition to research, he traveled to forty countries (many trips with students) to study and photograph the world's greatest monuments in stone. In his travels, he saw repeating visual patterns in the basic form of temples worldwide. The result is a massive and beautiful collection of photographs.
Each year the Kennedy Center awards a limited number of grants of up to $5,000 to scholars to conduct research relating to the core interests of the Center. These interests are broadly defined to encompass research on international, transnational, and comparative topics, both historical and contemporary.
In recognition of the expense associated with international travel, a limited number of conference travel grant awards are made available each year to BYU faculty presenting papers at conferences with both an international location and focus. Priority will be given to faculty who participate in Kennedy Center programs.
The Kennedy Center funds a limited number of BYU undergraduate proposals on a rolling basis. Priority is given to Kennedy Center undergraduates or affiliates (students participating in a Kennedy Center-sponsored international study program, student program, student organization, etc.).